Many of us fire up a meditation practice only to find ourselves sitting in an overwhelming riot of thought and agitation. Isn't this practice supposed to calm us down, lower blood pressure, ease the migraines, and maybe give our recurring assortment of anxieties, troubles and tribulations a nudge to the curb?
Yes, that's the common story, but the reality of a clear mirror held up to the mind will not have you feeling like those just-so poised and apparently calm models on the Internet. You'll probably want to get away from the noise and chaos between your ears. And that's a good reason to learn to sit in the storm.
Our guest today has decades of experience with both meditation and acupuncture. And in this show we will get into the details of why you shouldn't believe everything you think, and why healing often defies the logical stair-step process we think it should take.
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